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Raspberry Pi Audio Not Working With HDMI TV?

If you’re using an HDMI TV to display your Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi 2, you may have trouble with the audio playing through the TV.

This happens when the monitor is configured to send it’s audio through DMT mode instead of HDMI.

To force your Raspberry Pi audio through the HDMI TV audio, try running the following command(s).

Hit control + o to save the file and then control + x to exit.

Reboot your Raspberry Pi and try again to see if your audio now works via HDMI.

Further sources:

Raspberry Pi Forum Thread

Raspberry Pi Docs on the config.txt file

A Quick Guide to Using LiveReload with Gulp 

Tired of having to refresh your browser every single time you make changes to your LESS/SASS/CSS files? This article will take you step-by-step to getting LiveReload integrated in your development environment so you no longer have to reload your browser to see changes.

Source: A Quick Guide to Using LiveReload with Gulp | Scotch

WordPress and Automating – Using Gulp for WordPress Automation

Gulp can help you automate daily routine tasks. In this article you will see basic stuff you can automate doing WordPress development. Lets see how gulp can save you a healthy amount of time every day and improve the quality of your product too. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Short; Tags: WordPress, CMS, Web Development, JavaScript, WordPress Plugins

Source: Using Gulp for WordPress Automation – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

[WordPress] Resource – Loading Parent Styles for Child Themes

The always insightful Justin Tadlock has posted a great post on how best to handle stylesheets in child themes. Though there are many options for this, including the infamous @import technique, Justin recommends loading the styles directly from the parent theme itself. It’s a simple but effective solution that should work for 99% of cases.

Loading Parent Styles for Child WordPress Themes.

Resource – Intro to Grunt by Chris Coyier on 24 Ways

Grunt.js

Link:

http://24ways.org/2013/grunt-is-not-weird-and-hard/

Description:

Fantastic resource on getting started with Grunt.js. Practical implementations of script concats, minimizing, and automation. Recommend as a simple resource and starting template for many common web site tasks.

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